140 Unique Marriage Proposal Ideas for 2022

August 18, 2022 – Posted in: Jewelry Blog

Finding the person you want to spend the rest of your life with is no easy task. Once you do, you’ll want to ensure your proposal is as special as your significant other. Coming up with unique ways to pop the question can be pretty stressful. So, we’ve compiled a list of 140 proposal ideas that will surely get you a resounding yes.

Public Marriage Proposal Ideas

Marriage Proposal Public Ideas

Public proposals are perfect for people who don’t shy away from attention. Instead, they savor it. If your future wife is a fan of grand romantic gestures, she’ll be touched by your readiness to show the whole world how you feel about her.

  1. Propose at a Concert

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: $120 per ticket, on average

There’s no feeling like being surrounded by thousands of like-minded people screaming the lyrics to a song. Toss a ring into the mix, and you’ve got yourself an unforgettable night. Ideally, your favorite artist will have a romantic song perfect for proposals, à la “Love Story” by Taylor Swift. If not, any song that’s meaningful to your relationship will do.

  1. A Meet-and-Greet Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: $300 per ticket, on average

If your girlfriend adores an artist, get her a meet-and-greet pass for their concert. Just as you’re about to take the photo together, drop down on one knee and pull out the ring. She’ll love her favorite artist being a part of this special occasion.

  1. A Flash Mob Proposal

Effort Level: High; Cost Estimate: $2,000–$5,000, on average

Flash mobs are for couples who like to go big or go home. If you lack experience, you’ll need a choreographer to create a dance routine. Besides hiring dancers, consider having her family members and friends participate.

  1. A Cappella Serenade

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Around $100 per singer, per hour

Picture this: you take your partner out for a nice walk and encounter an angelic-sounding a cappella group. They’re singing a romantic song about two people in love, who just happen to be the two of you. If possible, have the group incorporate your girlfriend’s name into the song for another pinch-me moment.

  1. Propose at a Theater

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Free

The theater is where many epic love stories have taken place, so why not make yours one of them? Contact the stage manager of your favorite production and ask them if you could pop the question after the curtain call.

  1. Hire a Caricaturist

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Around $200 per hour

While taking a stroll with your loved one, stop for a seemingly impromptu sketch of the two of you. In reality, you’ve already discussed the proposal with the caricaturist, so the finished sketch will also include a very important question.

  1. A Jumbotron Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Starting at $50, depending on the venue

This proposal is a dream come true for die-hard sports fans. Before attending a game to see your favorite team, get in touch with the stadium and ensure they’re in.

  1. A Billboard Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Starting at $1,000, depending on the location

Girls who like being the center of attention will absolutely adore this proposal. Rent out a billboard on Times Square or a similar location and casually walk by until it switches to your proposal. Then, drop down on one knee and say everything you couldn’t fit up there.

  1. An Airplane Announcement

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Free

Why wait to reach your vacation getaway when you can pop the question at 35,000 feet? You can talk to the cabin crew to let you do it or even ask the pilot to make a formal announcement.

  1. Propose During Times Square Ball Drop

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Free

It doesn’t get any bigger or more public than New York’s Times Square. As the ball drops, drop down with it, on one knee. A camera crew might even be around to capture this moment for the world to see.

  1. Propose at Her Work

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Depends on your plans

An essential prerequisite for this idea is that her workplace is proposal-friendly. Get in touch with her coworkers and supervisors and see if you can arrange a big surprise together. They can pretend she’s been called in for a meeting. Instead, she’ll meet with you and, hopefully, the perfect ring.

  1. Propose at a Trivia Game Night

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Free

If you two are fiercely competitive trivia lovers, consider asking the big question at a fun game night at a bar. Before arriving, make a deal with the game masters to include your question in the game. After all, we’re confident she’ll know the answer to that one.

  1. Propose in a Botanical Garden

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Starting at $20 per person

Most botanical gardens look like a magical land straight out of a fairy tale. So what better place to drop down on one knee and begin your happily ever after together? This proposal is especially suited for girls who love their plants, or shall we say, plant moms.

  1. A Culinary Class Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Starting at $100 per class

If you and your partner share a love for cooking, take a cooking glass together. Before you go to the venue, contact the instructor and ask them to reveal a special ingredient during the course. Then, have the ring box revealed under a dome food plate cover.

  1. A Disneyland Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Starting at $100 per ticket

What place could be more straight out of a fairy tale than a Disneyland park? If your partner loves all things Disney, she’ll be ecstatic to have it as part of such a momentous occasion. Find the most picturesque background and drop down to one knee. You can even call the park in advance and try to have her favorite Disney character involved.

  1. A Wizarding World of Harry Potter Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Starting at $160 per ticket

A die-hard Potterhead won’t be able to contain her excitement once she realizes her two worlds are colliding. While there are many beautiful places to propose, the bridge next to the Hogwarts castle will allow some privacy during this special moment.

  1. Propose at an Ice Skating Rink

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Starting at $20 per ticket

If you’re looking for an ideal venue for a wintertime proposal, an ice skating rink has got your back. Try to find one decorated with Christmas lights to make the proposal even more magical.

  1. Fake an Emergency

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Around $100 for the costume

This proposal might start a little scary, but it will be worth it. It’s crucial to get everyone in your neighborhood on board first. Call your girlfriend and tell her there’s been an emergency. Next, rush her out of the house, where everyone will already be gathered. Then, swoop in dressed as a firefighter or a police officer to save the day and get the girl.

  1. A Fake Movie Proposal

Effort Level: High; Cost Estimate: High

This idea won’t be suspicious only if you have a plausible explanation for shooting a movie. Ask your partner to co-star in your production. Plan an exciting scene, and as it reaches its climax, drop down on one knee and propose.

  1. Propose at a Bookstore

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Free

If your significant other is a book lover, she’ll love nothing more than to be proposed to while surrounded by thousands of the greatest love stories. But avoid popping the question in a generic chain bookstore. Instead, go for a bookstore with a little more soul, like the Last Bookstore in LA.

Romantic Marriage Proposal Ideas

Romantic Marriage Proposal with engagement ring

If your significant other is an incurable romantic at heart, your proposal should look straight out of a movie. These proposals can be simple and affordable, elaborate and lavish, indoor or outdoor. What ties them together is the underlying romantic gesture that will make your wife-to-be swoon.

  1. Write a Proposal Song

Effort Level: Depends on your writing skills; Cost Estimate: Free

Some of the greatest loves of all time have been immortalized in songs we play daily. If you have a knack for writing, you can create a song for your girlfriend and use it to propose. Ideally, you’ll be accompanied by the sweet melody of a guitar or a piano. If not possible, you can read out this unique love letter as a poem.

  1. Recreate Your First Date

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Depends on the spot

There’s no better way for your love to come full circle than to take it back to where it all started. Revisiting the place where you had your first date will make you reminisce about all your happy memories. Of course, the speech is up to you, but in our humble opinion, “I knew from the start” should make an appearance.

  1. Propose at Your Favorite Restaurant

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Depends on the restaurant’s range

If there’s a restaurant you two keep coming back to, why not make it a part of your love story forever? Call the restaurant beforehand and ask them to play your couple song during the evening. Furthermore, you can arrange for them to bring the ring on a dessert platter or reveal it in a melting chocolate sphere.

  1. Propose Using a Memento

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Free

If you’ve saved some souvenirs from the early stages of your relationship, find a way to incorporate them into your proposal. For example, you can use the movie stub from your first date as a ticket to a lifetime spent together.

  1. Stage a Photoshoot

Effort Level: High; Cost Estimate: Starting at $200 per hour

Every girl wants to look her best when you drop down on one knee. After all, those photos will live on forever. Depending on her interests, you can develop a fairytale-themed photoshoot and swoop in as her Prince Charming.

  1. Propose at a Lantern Festival

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Starting at $20 per ticket

Proposing while surrounded by thousands of lights might be one of the most romantic gestures, bringing fairy tales to life. Find a Lantern Festival near you and drop down on one knee as your girlfriend is mesmerized by the sky.

  1. Recreate Her Favorite Movie Scene

Effort Level: Depends on the scene; Cost Estimate: Depends on the scene

If you want your proposal to look straight out of a movie, why not go directly to the source? You don’t even have to recreate a proposal scene. For example, you can do Heath Ledger’s iconic bleachers scene and pop the question once you’re done belting out, “Can’t take my eyes off of you.”

  1. Arrange a Romantic Candlelight Dinner

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Starting at $100

Candles and romance are a match made in heaven. Light up the path to a beautifully arranged table in your backyard, preferably surrounded by nature. Don’t forget to set the mood with some romantic music and set up a flower centerpiece for an added wow effect.

  1. Propose in a Forest

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Depends on the decorations

Due to their magical appeal, forest weddings are all the rage now. But, these mystical spots will also work perfectly for proposing. Find an open spot and decorate it with flowers. If the proposal goes down in the evening, don’t forget some beautiful string lights. Finally, mark the path with rose petals and take your girl for the most memorable walk of her life.

  1. A Display of Love in the Bedroom

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Depends on the decorations

This proposal is where you can go all out without even leaving your home. We’re talking a huge “Will you marry me?” sign, balloons, candles, flower petals, champagne. Whatever you feel will leave your future wife speechless; at least until it’s time to say yes.

  1. Propose in a Treehouse

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Starting at $200 per night

When people think about treehouses, care-free innocence and an escape from the rest of the world are typically first to come to mind. So, rent a treehouse, decorate it with sparkling lights and flowers, and take your girlfriend by her hand into a world where only the two of you matter.

  1. Propose in a Field of Flowers

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Free

Flowers are inherently romantic, and most women associate them with beauty, love, and affection. If your partner adores being showered with flowers, take her to a colorful field and ask her to be your wife. While any flower field will do the trick, sunflower, tulip, and lavender fields provide the most picturesque setting.

  1. Hire a String Quartet

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Around $100 per player, per hour

If your significant other is a classical music enthusiast, she’ll be deeply moved by a mini-concert performed just for her. Have the string quartet show up in your home or arrange to casually bump into them while on a walk. Then, you can witness your partner’s face light up as she realizes they’re there for her.

  1. Propose Under the Northern Lights

Effort Level: High; Cost Estimate: High

Few natural phenomena are as visually striking and fascinating as the Northern Lights. Although seeing them requires a lot of planning and financial resources, the end result will be well worth it. This proposal is ideal for travel addicts who’ve always had Aurora borealis on their bucket list.

  1. A Stargazing Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Low

If the Northern Lights are out of reach, you can still create a similar atmosphere. Take your future wife away from the city lights, where skies are clear, and stars are as bright as ever. You can camp out or lie on a blanket or the hood of your car while you wait for the perfect moment.

  1. A Piano Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Starting at $100 per hour

Few instruments sound as romantic as the piano. Hire a pianist and tell them to play your couple song. As they touch the keys of love and the melody feels almost ethereal, drop down on one knee and ask your partner to marry you.

  1. Propose With a Message in a Bottle

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Around $50 if you buy a customized bottle

These messages have been immortalized in several songs, books, and movies as the ultimate romantic gestures. Write your proposal on a piece of parchment, place it in a bottle, and bury it in the sand right before your girlfriend walks by. The thrill of discovering such a unique object will only be topped by what the message says.

  1. Propose in the Rain

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Free

If Hollywood movies have made one thing clear, rain equals romance. This proposal is ideal for summertime when downpours are surprising and refreshing. Grab your loved one’s hand and take her dancing in the rain, followed by asking her to marry you.

  1. Rent Out an Art Gallery

Effort Level: High; Cost Estimate: Starting at $200 per day

Renting out an art gallery and creating a personalized exhibition celebrating your love might just knock your significant other off their feet. Fill the space with your most memorable moments accompanied by romantic titles and descriptions next to them.

  1. A Private Limo Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Starting at $500 per night

Rent a private limo and have the chauffer take you around the city, following the most romantic itinerary. Hit all the meaningful places and choose the best one to drop down on one knee. Of course, celebratory champagne back in the limo is a must.

Outdoor and Vacation Marriage Proposal Ideas

Outdoor and Destination Marriage Proposal Ideas Couple on Boat

Moving the proposal beyond closed doors opens up a world of possibilities. Outdoor proposals are magnificent because the surrounding scenery adds an element of wonder to the act. You can choose to go local or travel to a destination for a trip of a lifetime.

  1. A Skywriting Proposal

Effort Level: High; Cost Estimate: Starting at $3,500

Writing out your proposal across the sky is one of the most spectacular ways to propose. However, remember that there’s quite a bit of planning that goes into such a proposal. Make sure you pick a clear, sunny day and arrive at the arranged spot just in time.

  1. Propose Under the Fireworks

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: $300 per minute on average

Proposing under a private fireworks display is an excellent way to show your soon-to-be fiancée how she makes you feel. Plus, the engagement ring will look extra special under all those dazzling and sparkling lights.

  1. Propose in Her Favorite City

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Depends on the city

If your significant other is madly in love with a city, imagine what will happen if you pop the question there. You might have to move! Do some research before traveling and find the perfect spot for dropping down on one knee.

  1. Propose on a Ferris Wheel

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Around $10 per person

Riding a Ferris wheel can make you feel like you’ve reached the top of the world. Proposing on it will probably take your partner even higher. Once you’re up there, enjoy the fascinating view and your love. Just be careful with the ring.

  1. Propose on a Boat

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Starting at $100 per hour

A sunset boat ride ending in a proposal is one heck of a memory. You can organize a private boat tour locally. Alternatively, you can go all out and make something like the picturesque Italian Amalfi coast the perfect backdrop to your proposal.

  1. A Beach Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Depends on the decorations

The beach is one of the most popular spots for proposals, and for a good reason. The sound of waves hitting the shore, the warm sand underneath your feet, and the breathtaking sunset colors painting the sky; it almost seems too good to be true. Beach proposal ideas are one of the most popular ideas for a reason!

  1. Propose on a Bridge

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Low

When considering a proposal on a bridge, try to find one that offers a somewhat intimate setting against a stunning background. You can also ask a friend or hire a photographer to take some epic drone shots of this stunning proposal.

  1. A Hiking Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Free

This proposal is ideal for adventurous couples who adore spending their weekends being active together. To make the most of it, go hiking somewhere with breathtaking scenery. Once you reach the summit, drop down on one knee.

  1. Propose in Front of a Waterfall

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Free

In terms of proposal backdrops, few can beat a waterfall. This proposal is perfect for couples who love outdoor adventures. These magnificent displays of nature’s power paired with a stunning ring will have your partner overflowing with emotions.

  1. Propose in a Hot Air Balloon

Effort Level: High; Cost Estimate: Starting at $200 per person

The majestic experience of floating some 2,000 feet above the Earth creates the perfect atmosphere for popping the question. It will feel as if you two are the only thing that matters in the world. However, don’t forget that keeping the ring safe also matters.

  1. A Helicopter Ride Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Starting at $300 per hour

Taking a helicopter ride isn’t something you do every day, so proposing on it will make for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. This exhilarating ride will take you over spectacular scenery that will take your partner’s breath away.

  1. Propose on a Rooftop

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Depends on the decorations

As with many other outdoor proposals, the formula is simple − go up as high as possible, enjoy the glorious view, and declare your undying love. If you’re on a tight budget, you can deck out your building’s roof and take your girlfriend up there during sunset.

  1. Propose on a Love Lock Bridge

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Around $20 for a custom padlock

Placing a padlock on a bridge is a sweet way to symbolize everlasting love. Before taking your significant other to the bridge, go there alone and leave a padlock with the words “Will you marry me?” As you’re attaching your padlock together, direct her attention to the one you’ve previously placed and drop down on one knee.

  1. A Skydiving Proposal

Effort Level: High; Cost Estimate: Around $300 per person

A skydiving proposal will take an adrenaline rush to a whole other level. Unless you’re both experienced divers, it might be challenging to navigate a proposal in midair. So, consider proposing in the plane before jumping or once you reach the ground.

  1. Propose in Front of a Tourist Attraction

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Free for proposing, high for the trip

Visiting a famous landmark after looking at it in photos for years is a remarkable experience. So, why not make that piece of history a part of your relationship history? The Colosseum in Italy, the Eiffel Tower in France, the Great Wall of China…take your pick and make that fantastic journey memorable.

  1. A Picnic Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Depends on the picnic

A cute sunset picnic, perhaps by the water, might be one of the most charming proposal spots. If you’d like to up the ante, you can enlist help to set up a more elaborate picnic, with delicious food, flowers, and the obligatory champagne to celebrate the engagement.

  1. A Romantic Hotel Room Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Depends on the decorations

Whisk your girlfriend away for a day of sightseeing and fun while the hotel staff stages a romantic display in your room. Just as she thinks the day can’t get any better, swing the door open and lead her to her near future as a fiancée.

  1. Propose in a Corn Maze

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Free

Girls who love all things fall will love a corn maze proposal. You can get ahead and wait for her to catch up, holding the ring. Her only focus will be finding the path leading to you, so imagine her shock once she reaches you and realizes what’s happening.

  1. A Lighthouse Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Low, if any

A lighthouse has traditionally been a symbol of hope, strength, and security. As such, it represents an ideal proposal spot. Let this beacon of light illuminate a path toward a beautiful future together.

  1. A Zip Line Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Starting at $50 per person

Riding a zip line is exciting in and of itself. However, adding a boyfriend waiting for you with a ring at the end of the line might turn the ride into the most epic one yet. So, go on the zip line first, wait for her to be in the air, and drop down on one knee.

Marriage Proposal Ideas at Home

Guy and Girl Marriage Proposal Ideas at Home With Wine

Proposals don’t have to be extravagant and over the top to be unforgettable. If you and your partner are homebodies, there’s no place like home for any activity, especially for a proposal.

  1. A Romantic Night In

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Around $100

Think of all the activities you two adore doing together and go through them individually. Finish with a romantic, dimly lit homemade dinner. Just when your partner thinks the evening can’t get any better, drop down on one knee and promise her this is just the beginning of a wonderful life together.

  1. Hire a Private Chef

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Starting at $30 per hour

If cooking isn’t your strongest suit, you can hire a private chef to prepare a romantic dinner for two. This way, you’ll have more time to spend with your significant other on such a momentous occasion. Also, you can tell her of all the other ways you’ll pamper her once you’re married.

  1. A Scrabble Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Free

If you bonded over your shared love for puzzles and games, Scrabble has probably been a big part of your relationship. So, why not let those little tiles do all the talking? Just as your girlfriend thinks she’s got the best of you, hit her with the most romantic string of letters.

  1. Gather the Family

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Around $300

People who are part of a close-knit family will like nothing more than to share this beautiful moment with all of them. So, fire up the barbecue and host a family gathering. Just as the evening reaches its peak, ask her if she’d like to start a wonderful family of her own.

  1. A Holiday Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Low for packaging

On a holiday, give your significant other a gift she’ll never forget – an engagement ring. Perhaps wrap the ring box in a larger container to avoid raising suspicion. Make sure you save that gift for last, as nothing else will matter once she opens it.

  1. A Breakfast-in-Bed Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Around $50, including the tray and the cover

Serving your loved one breakfast in bed is the ultimate way to show your affection. To transform this indulgence into a proposal, hide an engagement ring under a dome food plate cover.

  1. Organize a Spa Day

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Around $50, including the robe

Put together the perfect relaxing evening for your girlfriend, featuring a nice bubble bath, scented candles, and her favorite songs. Leave a fluffy bathrobe for her once she’s done. But put a pleasant little surprise in the robe’s pocket in the shape of an engagement ring.

  1. Surround Her With Your Photos Together

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Around $1 per photo

For this proposal, you’re building a quite literal memory lane. Place your favorite photos all the way to the room where you’ll be waiting with a ring.

  1. Use a Geode Ring Box

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Starting at $50

If your wife-to-be is passionate about collecting unique and unusual items, make sure to present the ring in style. While the ring probably won’t leave her finger, she can proudly display a striking geode box in her collection.

  1. A Bonfire Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Starting at $5

Snuggling up next to a bonfire screams romance. As you get hungry and start roasting marshmallows, hand your girlfriend a skewer with nothing but the ring hanging from it.

  1. A Keyboard Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Around $50

If your girlfriend works from home, she’s probably always at her computer. At night, replace her regular keyboard with one whose keys spell out, “Will you marry me?” Customizing the keyboard will be a hassle, but it will pay off once you see her face light up.

  1. Propose With a Flipbook

Effort Level: Depends on who will make it; Cost Estimate: Starting at $20

Flipbook animation is the perfect way to propose an artistically minded partner. The animation can display key moments in your relationship or a vision of your future together. The last page should feature a small cut-out square with an engagement ring.

  1. A Fake Photoshoot Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Free

Grab your Polaroid camera or phone and start taking photos of your loved one. As she gets in the groove, pull out the ring and capture her expression of, presumably, pure shock and perhaps the ensuing tears. After that, you’ll have a cute before and after photo montage.

  1. An Indoor Scavenger Hunt

Effort Level: High; Cost Estimate: Depends on the complexity

Unless your partner is a die-hard mystery fan, it might be best to use another special occasion as the reason for this scavenger hunt. No matter where your clues will take her throughout your home, the last stop should be you, holding a ring.

  1. Recreate Your Favorite Trip

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Low

If it’s impossible for you to travel back to your favorite destination, recreate the trip right at home. Use items characteristic of the city or country and spread out photos and memorabilia from the trip. Place multiple cards detailing fun memories from the trip and hide the ring underneath the last one.

  1. Throw a Surprise Party

Effort Level: High; Cost Estimate: Starting at $500

Gather all the people your girlfriend loves, decorate the house, have the champagne flowing, and get ready to shout surprise as she walks in. You can even do this on her birthday, making her believe it’s her birthday present. Then, spice up the night by dropping down on one knee.

  1. Organize a Backyard Picnic

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Depends on the picnic

Suppose the idea of a picnic proposal appeals to you, but you can’t find a spot that’s private enough. In that case, you can organize a lovely picnic right in your backyard. You can make it as elaborate as you’d like, with all sorts of delicacies. Of course, the main event will involve a nice little diamond treat.

  1. Host a Movie Night

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Low

If your partner loves nothing more than snuggling up with a good movie projected on the wall, host a movie night she’ll never forget. You can make a blanket fort for you two or set up an outdoor projection in a tent. But instead of the movie, play a slideshow of your photos together, ending with the proposal.

  1. Propose With a Memory Box

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Low

Fill in a lovely decorative box with all your favorite mementos and photos. Include some personal notes and letters. At the bottom of the box, add a new memento for your loved one − a ring box.

  1. A Gardening Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Low

If your favorite pastime is planting some seeds together, you should incorporate your mutual love of gardening into the proposal. Pack the ring into a DIY baggy titled “The seed of love” and hand it to her.

Tech and Online Marriage Proposal Ideas

modern Couple Proposing in front of computer

Since technology has overtaken almost every aspect of our lives, it’s no wonder it’s also found its way into proposals. You’ll love these ideas if you’d like to put a unique tech twist on your proposal.

  1. A Cameo Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Starting at $20 per video

If your significant other keeps up with the celebrity culture, there’s probably one or two people she absolutely adores. And chances are, those people are on Cameo. So, why not hire them to help you pop the question and give your girlfriend a juicy story about your celebrity-endorsed proposal?

  1. Propose Over Zoom

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Starting at $20 for a subscription

Over the last couple of years, Zoom has become almost inevitable in our everyday lives and work. For this reason, your partner won’t suspect anything after receiving a “business meeting” invitation. But instead of coworkers and clients, she’ll see her family members and friends from all over the world. You can join the meeting and then pop in the room as she realizes what’s happening.

  1. A Video Montage Proposal

Effort Level: Depends on the author; Cost Estimate: Starting at $100 if you hire an editor

There are many different directions you can take this video montage. You can stitch a series of loving videos together. You can make a montage of your partner, capturing her spirit and showing why she’s the one for you. Alternatively, you can start the montage consciously and do a secret video countdown every time you’re together, leading up to the proposal.

  1. A Drone Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Starting at $100

In life, you typically can’t sit around and expect good things to just drop from the sky. In this proposal scenario, that’s precisely what you’ll do. Find a beautiful spot for the proposal and have the ring delivered by a cute wingman with propellers.

  1. A GPS Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Low

Think of the perfect destination where you’d like to propose. Then, insert the coordinates into your future wife’s GPS device and mark them as her favorite destination. Next, place cute and funny road signs along the way. And finally, call your love and tell her to check the device and meet you there.

  1. A Virtual Reality Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: High

If you can’t take your girlfriend to her favorite place in the world, you can recreate it in virtual reality. Give her this unique and somewhat overwhelming experience, culminating in a ring waiting for her once she takes off the VR headset.

  1. A Radio Station Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Free

This proposal demands impeccable timing, but the idea is worth the hassle. If you two have a favorite radio station or host, email them and ask for help proposing. They can play your couple song and then read out what you’ve prepared. Imagine the look on her face once she realizes what’s happening.

  1. A Podcast Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Free

Nowadays, there’s a podcast for everything from dating advice to grisly crimes. Your future wife probably has at least one podcast whose episodes she can’t miss. Get in touch with the hosts and ask them to work the proposal into the episode, and make sure you’re right behind her with the ring as she listens.

  1. Make Your Own Podcast

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Around $100

If you’ve found the person you want to spend the rest of your life with, you could probably talk about them for hours. So, what’s stopping you? Plenty of simple apps will allow you to record a podcast episode. Play it to your significant other and have the ring at the ready.

  1. A Website Proposal

Effort Level: Depends on your skillset; Cost Estimate: Starting at $200

If you believe you can’t fit everything you want to say to your soon-to-be fiancée in a video, simply make her a whole website. Each tab can have a moving piece of your journey together. Send her a link under false pretenses and be there with a ring once she’s done reading and perhaps sobbing.

  1. Make a Cameo in Her Favorite Movie

Effort Level: High; Cost Estimate: Around $100

The basic premise behind this idea is to shoot a green screen video of yourself talking about your significant other and insert it into her favorite movie. Ideally, her favorite movie is a romance, filled with perfect scenes for you to cut in. As a fun addition, on-screen you can “toss” the ring to the real-life you.

  1. Livestream Your Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Free

Before setting up the stream, send an invitation to join to your girlfriend. She’ll be surprised to receive the notification. Once she joins, you can commence your speech. You should also share the stream with her family and friends so they can congratulate her in the chat.

  1. Propose in a Video Game

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Free

If you and your future wife are gamers, find a way to pop the question using her favorite game. For instance, write “Marry me” in lava in Minecraft, change the landscape in Animal Crossing, or create a customized level in LittleBigPlanet.

  1. Make a TikTok Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Free

Your girlfriend probably spends way too much time scrolling on TikTok, just like the rest of the world. So, create a cute TikTok proposing to your girlfriend. Due to the way the app is set up, the video should pop up on her For You page. Be on the lookout for when this will happen, and quickly swoop in with the ring.

  1. Recreate a Music Video

Effort Level: High; Cost Estimate: High

This proposal idea is as over-the-top as it gets. The basic premise is simple − recreate a music video that holds significance for your relationship. Although you’ll probably have to hire extras, try giving as many roles as possible to your future wife’s friends and family.

  1. Film a Lip-Syncing Video

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Free

For this video to be as epic as possible, gather most of your partner’s family and friends to give you a hand. Each one should lip sync a part of the song. Preferably, the song should explicitly ask your partner to marry you, something like Bruno Mars’ timeless hit.

  1. Build a Robot

Effort Level: High; Cost Estimate: Depends on the robot

This one goes out to all the engineers wanting to push the limits of what a proposal should be. If you want a genuinely impressive proposal, build a cute robot that will pop the question for you.

  1. A Social Media Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Free

For this coordinated social media takeover, record a video of yourself proposing and send it to your girlfriend’s family and friends. When you notice she’s online, send a signal in the group chat and let the posting begin. Naturally, have the ring ready to go as soon as she spots the videos.

  1. A Hashtag Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Free

Create a new account on Instagram and carefully curate the feed so that it displays various loving photos of you two with a proposal video in the center. Use the hashtag #MarryMe, followed by your significant other’s name. Once the account is ready, tag her in a post and be ready to propose when she sees the hashtag.

  1. Buy Her a New Device

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Starting at $500 for the latest models

If your partner needs a new phone or tablet, purchase the device as a gift. But open it before giving it to her and put an “instruction video” on the screen. Instead of a video on how to operate the device, the video will be a prerecorded proposal.

Cute and Fun Marriage Proposal Ideas

Marriage Proposal Cute and Fun Ideas Couple and Puzzle Floor

If your relationship is full of fun and playfulness, the proposal should be no different. These proposal ideas are perfect for couples who’ve built their love based on a shared sense of humor and quirkiness.

  1. Propose with Graphic T-Shirts

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Around $20 per shirt

Move over, promposals; it’s time for the real deal. If you two have a fun group of friends, enlist them to wear T-shirts asking the question of the day. Of course, the group’s jokester should have the honor of being a question mark in the line-up.

  1. A Cupcake Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Starting at $5 per cupcake

If your loved one has a sweet tooth, she’ll absolutely adore this lovely proposal. Besides the surprise element, baking the ring into these treats will only spell trouble. Instead, order engagement-themed cupcakes and replace the central piece with the ring box.

  1. A Pet-Assisted Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Low, if any

Involving your partner’s pet in the proposal will perfectly intertwine two of her biggest love stories. You can train the dog to fetch the ring, attach it to a cat’s collar, or place it next to a sign and a dapperly dressed hamster.

  1. A Photo Booth Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Low

If you two are fans of spontaneous nights out on the town, this proposal will be perfect for you. Go for an endlessly fun night out and end it in a photo booth. As the camera starts flashing, pull out the ring and pop the question. The photo booth will catch her reaction up close and create unique keepsakes from this special night.

  1. A Stand-Up Comedy Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Starting at $25 per ticket

If comedy is integral to your relationship, it should also be included in your proposal. Stand-up comics are known for interacting with the audience. Before going on a fun date night to a comedy show, contact the performer and explain the situation. They can work the proposal into their routine.

  1. Make a Proposal Crossword Puzzle

Effort Level: High; Cost Estimate: Low

This proposal idea will be perfect if you and your partner have bonded over the New York Times crossword puzzle. Create your puzzle using one of the many free online tools and fill it with memories and inside jokes. Of course, this puzzle’s answer will be, in fact, a question.

  1. A Karaoke Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Low

A karaoke proposal is perfect for free-spirited couples who are not afraid to live their best life. Find a romantic song to duet with your significant other. As it reaches the bridge or the most romantic part, replace your mic with the ring box.

  1. An Easter Egg Hunt Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Low

If your girlfriend feels particularly giddy around the holidays, it would be best to tie in your proposal with the one she loves the most. If she has fond memories of competitive egg hunts with her family, organize a special one for her, with the ultimate find being the ring.

  1. Propose With Valentine’s Day Card

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Low

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to celebrate your love loudly and proudly. If this day is your partner’s favorite holiday, make it even more special by asking her to be your Valentine forever.

  1. Propose on a Ski Lift

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Starting at $100 for a whole-day ticket

Wherever your skiing or snowboarding adventures take you, chances are there will be some amazing views. If you’d like to pop the question on a ski lift, get someone to write “Will you marry me?” in the snow below. As soon as you get on the lift, start your speech so that the question comes at the right time.

  1. Propose at a Pumpkin Patch

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Around $10 per person for the entrance fee

If your girl lives for sweater weather and Halloween, she can probably hardly wait for your annual trip to the local pumpkin patch. To transform the lovely pumpkin patch into a proposal venue, simply pretend to search a few steps ahead of her and discreetly place the ring next to a group of beautiful pumpkins. If she doesn’t stumble upon it, just ask: “What about this one?”

  1. Make a Custom Playlist

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Around $5 for the subscription

Do you know there are songs titled “Will,” “You,” and “Marry Me?” You can probably guess where we’re going with this. Make your future wife a custom playlist that forms a sentence when read from top to bottom. Depending on your creativity and the song availability, you can create a beautiful dedication before reaching the final question.

  1. Propose With Graffiti

Effort Level: Depends on the author; Cost Estimate: Starting at $10 per square foot

If your girlfriend has always been fascinated with street art, a graffiti proposal might be the way to go. Hire an artist and create a fun design she’ll love. The graffiti will be even more touching and personal if you’re the artist.

  1. A Treasure Hunt Proposal

Effort Level: High; Cost Estimate: Depends on the complexity

Die-hard mystery fans will rejoice at the chance to go on a treasure hunt. With the treasure being an engagement ring, this event will be one for the books. Depending on how elaborate you want the hunt, you can hide clues at significant places throughout your city. Moreover, you can involve other important people in her life.

  1. An Escape Room Proposal

Effort Level: Moderate; Cost Estimate: Starting at $25 per person

If your girlfriend is on a mission to complete every escape room she comes across, she’ll cherish this proposal for the rest of her life. Contact an escape room she hasn’t visited and arrange with them to integrate the proposal into the room.

  1. Propose Using Sidewalk Chalk

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Low

If you and your partner are still kids at heart, it’ll be nice to throw it back to the good old days with this proposal. This simple yet adorable idea will put the biggest smile on her face and remind her of the purity of your love.

  1. Make Her a Proposal Scrapbook

Effort Level: High; Cost Estimate: Low

This idea is perfect for more creative individuals who love collecting keepsakes. Get a beautiful book you will decorate with photos, memorabilia, and romantic text. On the last page, tape in the ring and ask her if she’d like to create memories with you forever.

  1. A Kinder Egg Surprise Proposal

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Around $8

If your significant other adores sweets, get her a one-of-a-kind Kinder egg. Instead of a toy, hide the ring inside with a sweet message. Then, assemble the egg, melting the chocolate, and wrap it back up. Your egg will undoubtedly put the surprise into the Kinder Surprise.

  1. Pretend to Ruin the Surprise

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Around $5 for the chart

This proposal is perfect for couples who like to keep each other on their toes. Give your partner a ring chart, obviously meant to determine her ring size. After she complains about ruining the surprise, pull out the ring and make a funny remark about not needing help.

  1. A Cards Against Humanity Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Low

Cards Against Humanity is a hilarious game whose only goal is to push the limits of what is appropriate. If this game is your favorite, create a few responses that include a marriage proposal and wait for the perfect moment to show the card and pop the question.

Simple and Private Marriage Proposals

Marriage Proposal Ideas Private Intimate Couple

Some couples prefer a more intimate setting and dread having many eyes on them for such a special occasion. If your significant other and you fall into this category, these ideas might be more up your alley.

  1. Propose Using Her Favorite Book

Effort Level: High; Cost Estimate: Around $20 for the book

If your girlfriend is an avid reader, books are a must-have during your proposal. If you want to truly blow her mind, get a copy of her favorite romance book, read it, and annotate it. You can underline quotes that remind you of her, add funny remarks, and write memories you associate with the book events. The final page should contain your question.

  1. A Fortune Cookie Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: $20

This simple yet effective proposal is an ideal way to show your significant other you two are meant to be. Best of all, you don’t have to get the cookie custom-made; you can order one from Amazon.

  1. Propose at Her Favorite Spot

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Low, if any

If your future wife has a favorite spot where she likes to go to unwind, infuse it with another happy memory. It doesn’t matter if it’s a stunning viewpoint or a simple park bench; her attachment to it is all that counts.

  1. Propose During a Road Trip

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Depends on the destination

Plan a scenic road trip for the two of you, with the final destination being your proposal spot. On the way there, put on a romantic playlist symbolizing your journey together and make many stops to enjoy your favorite activities.

  1. A Camping Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Low

This proposal is ideal for adventurous couples who love to camp out in remote and serene locations. Basically, it can’t get more private than this. If the sky is clear, pop the question underneath the stars. Otherwise, a sweet embrace in your tent will do.

  1. Propose With Her Favorite Flowers

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Starting at $50

Flowers are a classic gift that will never go out of style. As such, it’s the perfect way to propose. Get her a bouquet of her favorite flowers and pop the question. If you’d like to make it more personal, match the number of flowers to the years or months you’ve been together.

  1. Propose Using Marquee Letters

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Starts at $5 per small letter

Thanks to their size, marquee letters are sure to get your message across. They’re easy to set up and can be combined with many other romantic decorations. In addition, you can place them anywhere, allowing you plenty of flexibility to find the perfect secluded spot.

  1. Propose With a Custom Jigsaw Puzzle

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Starts at $30

If you two are puzzle lovers, you’ve probably spent a night or two glued to a table. When the perfect moment arises, suggest assembling a new puzzle you’ve bought. As soon as she realizes what the photo is, pull out the ring and pop the question.

  1. Propose With a Custom Wine Label

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Around $30

Print out your proposal on a fancy bottle of wine and serve it with dinner without drawing special attention to it. Just be ready to drop down on one knee once your partner takes a closer look at the bottle.

  1. Propose With a Cake

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Around $300

Cakes are traditionally a part of any celebration, and a proposal should be no different. You can order a personalized cake or style it as the one seen in your partner’s favorite movie or TV show. For example, it can resemble the infamous pink and green cake Hagrid gifted to Harry Potter.

  1. Propose Over a Game of Chess

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Free

If chess is your favorite pastime, you can easily incorporate this game into your proposal. Play a regular game until one of you takes the queen. If you did it, pull out the ring and joke you’re going two for two. Otherwise, say you don’t need the queen since you have her.

  1. A Vineyard Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Around $150 per person

Vineyards are like small pieces of heaven for wine-loving girls. Take her to one on a sunny day and pop the question as you stroll around with glasses of fine wine in your hands.

  1. Gift the Ring as a Birthday Present

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Low for the packaging

Proposing on your loved one’s birthday is perfect if you want to keep the proposal under wraps. This way, she’ll already expect a gift, so you don’t have to worry about her being suspicious. If you’d like to remain secretive until the very end, wrap the gift box into a bigger box to throw her off.

  1. A Car Karaoke Proposal

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Free

If you love nothing more than belting out your favorite tunes in the car, get ready for the most memorable car karaoke session ever. Begin the ride as you usually do but slowly start playing your favorite romantic songs, culminating in one with a strong “Marry me” message.

  1. Update Your Letter Board

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Free

If your girlfriend owns a letter board that she keeps updating with uplifting messages, take over her duty for the day. This time, update it with a marriage proposal and wait for her to notice. Optionally, set up a camera to capture her reaction.

  1. Propose Using Lantern Letters

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Around $20

Suppose you love the idea of involving lanterns in your proposal but hate the idea of a massive crowd. In that case, buy some unique lantern letters spelling out the big question and have a magical proposal in the privacy of your home or backyard.

  1. Propose with the Help of Your Kids

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Low

If you two have children, don’t hesitate to make them an integral part of the proposal. Get them to wear shirts with the proposal written on them and set up a cute display with them holding the main sign.

  1. Propose in the First Snow

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Free

There’s something magical about the first snow of the year and how it lights up the landscape. If your girlfriend loves winter, wait until it starts snowing. Then, grab her hand, take her outside, and pop the question.

  1. Serenade Your Future Wife

Effort Level: Medium; Cost Estimate: Free

If you play an instrument, you’re about to play the most important gig of your life. Set up a romantic atmosphere and serenade your wife-to-be. As you finish your swoon-worthy set, ask her to be your wife.

  1. Propose With a Takeout Box

Effort Level: Low; Cost Estimate: Depends on the order

If you two are homebodies who like nothing more than staying in and ordering some food, use this to your advantage. Have your favorite takeout restaurant write a special message on the package or the receipt.

How to Tell what Type of Proposal She Will Want

Couple Proposal by the Water with Picnic

Choosing the right time, place, and way to propose is crucial to pulling off a successful and memorable proposal. All of these boil down to understanding your girlfriend’s personality and carefully listening to her wishes and interests.

If you feel overwhelmed by the choices, try narrowing them down by looking at them through your girlfriend’s eyes. These questions should help you get the proposal just right.

  • Is your girlfriend an introvert or an extrovert?
  • Does she share all her significant events with her family and friends?
  • What is she passionate about?
  • Where does she like spending time the most?
  • What’s specific to your love story?

Tips, Tricks, and Warnings for Proposing

Customer Looking at Large Diamond with Halo in Showroom with Afshin in Corner

While a proposal is a wonderful occasion, it requires multiple puzzle pieces to fall into place. Here’s what you should do to ensure the proposal is a success.

  1. Visit the proposal venue at least once before the act itself. That way, you can go through the motions and identify potential problems.
  2. Hire a photographer or ask a friend to capture the moment from afar. Most girls will want to relive this moment and cherish it forever.
  3. Use a decoy. Think of a believable story of why you’re going to that location or giving her a gift. Don’t do anything too out of the ordinary without a plausible explanation.
  4. Enlist her best friend to be your partner in crime. That way, you’ll always know where she is, and she won’t surprise you. Moreover, the best friend will ensure she looks her best for the proposal.
  5. Avoid informing the more talkative friends and family members in advance. We don’t want anyone spoiling the surprise.
  6. Don’t neglect your physical appearance. Although your soon-to-be fiancée is the star of the show, you’ll be in those pictures too.
  7. Don’t forget to get all the necessary permits before the big day. You don’t want cops breaking up your elaborate flash mob proposal.
  8. Think of a backup plan. Unless you want to call off the proposal if something goes terribly wrong, think of a few more ideas to use instead. This is especially critical with outdoor proposals that heavily rely on the weather.

15 Ideas for Making the Marriage Proposal Extra Unique

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You can take some steps to avoid proposing generically. Here are some ideas to help you make your marriage proposal extra special and unique.

  1. Take something you two already do together and turn it into a chance to propose.
  2. Choose a spot that holds significance to the two of you.
  3. Make sure your proposal is the only special occasion at the location.
  4. Surprise her with friends and family after the act.
  5. Consult her best friend about the engagement ring.
  6. Have drone footage shot of the proposal.
  7. Incorporate your couple song.
  8. Include a bouquet with a symbolic number of flowers.
  9. Fill the proposal speech with inside jokes and shared memories. Get specific about why you love her.
  10. Show her a video of you asking her parents for a blessing.
  11. Feature at least one sentimental object.
  12. Recreate the meal you used to cook for her all the time.
  13. Start setting up a backstory early on, so she never sees the proposal coming.
  14. Propose at a full-blown event.
  15. Throw her a proposal after-party.

How to Tell what Type of Engagement Ring She Will Want

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The proposal experience is something your future wife will cherish for the rest of her life. However, the ring is what she’ll physically look at every day. So, choosing the right ring for your partner is of utmost importance. The last thing you want is to pull off a spectacular proposal, only to see her face drop once she spots the ring.

Deciding on the perfect ring is a step-by-step process. Let’s guide you through it.

Step 1: Determine Her Ring Size

Sneakily grab one of her rings and take it with you while ring shopping. If you’d like to purchase the ring online, you can get a Ring Sizer Kit from Amazon and use it to determine the correct size.

Step 2: Determine Her Preferred Ring Style

A quick glance at your girlfriend’s jewelry should tell you if she prefers big, showy rings or subtle, understated pieces.

Also, you should decide whether to go the modern or vintage route. If your partner is passionate about history and collecting rare items, a vintage ring is the way to go. Otherwise, you can assume she’ll prefer a modern ring.

Step 3: Determine the Center Stone

It’s no surprise that almost all women equate engagement rings with diamond rings. For this reason, diamonds might be your safest bet. However, if your partner likes wearing colorful clothes and statement jewelry, consider purchasing a ring with colored gemstones, such as rubies, emeralds, or sapphires.

Step 4: Determine the Setting Style

The setting style refers to the stones used for the ring, how they’re arranged, and what kind of ring band is used. The three most popular settings include are shown below.

  • The solitaire setting
  • The halo setting
  • The pavé setting

Step 5: Determine the Diamond Cut

The diamond cut is arguably what makes or breaks the perfect engagement ring in your girlfriend’s eyes. If you can’t determine what she would like on your own, consult her best friend or find a way to secretly extract this information from her. There are over ten diamond cuts, but the round brilliant cut is the most popular one.

Step 6: Determine the Metal

When choosing the ring metal, platinum and white gold are the safest and most commonly used options. If your wife-to-be likes to stand out, consider yellow or rose gold.

Do You Have to Propose With an Engagement Ring?

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You’ll find various creative proposal ideas online that don’t require an engagement ring. However, proposals have been closely tied to rings for centuries. So unless your girlfriend explicitly states she doesn’t want it, it would be best to propose with an engagement ring. And for extra points, make sure it’s a diamond ring.

How to Incorporate Family Into the Proposal

If your girlfriend is used to sharing every special occasion with her family, find a way to incorporate them into your proposal. Here are some fun ideas to get you started.

  • Have all the family members wear T-shirts that spell out, “Will you marry me?”
  • Get each family member to record a special message to her and include it in your video montage
  • Invite the family to join you after a more private proposal so she can celebrate with them

Talk to an Engagement Ring Expert

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If you want to make sure the engagement ring is up to par with the proposal and your partner’s wishes, contact our jewelry experts. With our extensive knowledge and experience in the diamond business, we’ll help you make the right decision.